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Fallen to be remembered at Wreaths Across America

December 16, 2016 In more than 1,200 locations nationwide, from New York City to Podunk, tens of thousands of military personnel who fought and died for this country will be honored in a special ceremony Saturday... more »»

Boat-A-Long, Movie in the Park

December 16, 2016 Boats adorned with holiday lights and festive decorations will take to the water on Saturday as Cape Coral marks the season with its 40th annual celebration. more »»

Christmas Revue on stage at Cultural Park Theater

December 16, 2016 The Spectacular Christmas Revue is back for the holidays at the Cultural Park Theater for its sixth year. more »»

Double your dollars: Cape Farmers’ Market offers buying bonus

December 16, 2016 Last weekend, the Cape Coral Farmers’ Market initiated a new program that enables low-income families to receive more bang for their buck while grocery shopping. more »»

Oasis seniors go to work for Habitat

December 16, 2016 When the senior class of Oasis Charter High School was called upon to lend a helping hand for an organization whose job it is to build homes for those who ordinarily wouldn’t be able to afford one,... more »»

Rooney takes part in water-quality discussion

December 16, 2016 Rae Ann Wessel, natural resource policy director at the Sanibel-Captiva Conservation Foundation and Congressman elect Francis Rooney joined forces on Tuesday to give the public an update on... more »»

Council member announces mayoral bid

December 16, 2016 Cape Coral City Councilmember Rana Erbrick says she will to run for mayor in the 2017 election. more »»

Cape Council considers workforce housing needs

December 16, 2016 Cape Coral City Council listened Wednesday to proposals on adding workforce housing and putting rules in place for short-term rentals. more »»

Charter school issue brings out supporters, critics

December 13, 2016 What was expected to be a discussion of an audit of the city Charter School System at Monday night’s City Council meeting turned heated between Mayor Marni Sawicki and school Superintendent Nelson... more »»

School super apologizes, mayor still miffed

December 13, 2016 On the heels of Monday's long and heated City Council meeting, Cape Coral Charter Schools Superintendent Nelson Stephenson apologized Tuesday for bringing  grievances against Mayor Marni Sawicki to... more »»

Cape Council votes to annex 5 acres of city-owned property on Matlacha

December 13, 2016 More than 20 residents of Matlacha and Pine Island paraded to the podium Monday night to voice their opposition to the Cape Coral City Council’s effort to annex a five-acre parcel into the city's... more »»

Cape Coral Hospital named 2016 Top Hospital

December 13, 2016 Cape Coral Hospital has been recognized as one of the top hospitals in the United States. more »»

Moose Lodge donates toys to Cape Fire Department

December 13, 2016 For the Cape Coral Fire Department, it’s always about giving, whether it be going into a burning building or making sure city kids have a great Christmas. more »»

Cape Coral man accused of using counterfeit credit cards to steal fuel

December 13, 2016 A Cape Coral man is facing multiple charges after state investigators say he stole fuel using counterfeit credit cards. more »»

Bond referendum to fund projects eyed

December 9, 2016 Implementation of the Parks Master Plan that was approved by City Council earlier this week comes with a hefty pricetag estimated at $60 million and would take several years to achieve the plan's... more »»

New campaign takes ‘islandology’ another level

December 9, 2016   The Lee County Visitors and Convention Bureau has had quite a year, with the successes of National Seashell Day and the Island Hopper Songwriter Festival, as well as their “Find Your Island” medi... more »»

LCEC: City data request would cost millions

December 9, 2016 Responding to a data request from the Public Service Commission this week, LCEC estimates that it could cost between $2.2 and $3. more »»

Cape environmentalist honored by Audubon

December 9, 2016 By CHUCK BALLARO If there’s an environmental issue in Southwest Florida that needs to be addressed, there’s a good chance Carl Veaux will be there to join the fight. more »»

Shopper Marketplace now inside The Breeze

December 9, 2016 To better serve readers and advertisers, the Breeze Newspapers has integrated its Lee County Shopper publication into the news sections of its community newspapers including The Breeze. more »»

Eagle targets immigration violators with stepped-up penalties

December 9, 2016 If you are in the county without proper immigration paperwork and you commit a violent crime in the state of Florida, you could to be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law — and then some — i... more »»



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